The fascinating chill that music leaves

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The fascinating chill that music leaves by Emily Dickinson
1480

The fascinating chill that music leaves
Is Earth's corroboration
Of Ecstasy's impediment —
'Tis Rapture's germination
In timid and tumultuous soil
A fine — estranging creature —
To something upper wooing us
But not to our Creator —


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